FAQ: lack of activated snack receptors in the brain.
Symptoms: pounding headache, difficultly concentrating, snackropomorphic vision (people start looking like food) and light sensitivity.
FAQ: A treatable form of taste neurosis.
Symptoms: desire to buy everything at the grocery store, inexplicable urge to taste common household items, eating your pet’s food, and enjoying the flavor of tree bark.
FAQ: Also known as appetitis, this is a serious condition affecting an individual’s appetite.
Symptoms: loud, inopportune stomach noises, indifference to boring foods, and taste duds replacing taste buds.
FAQ: Often characterized by a faint tingling sensation in the finger region.
Symptoms: difficulty texting friends, sluggish control of video games, struggling to press buttons, and inability to handle remote control.
FAQ: This ailment is caused by a sDNA (snack deliciousness notifying agent) deficiency in the lower extremities.
Symptoms: continued aimless walking to the fridge, sudden outbursts of uncontrollable dancing at inappropriate times, and increased toe tapping.
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